Golden guy. Bobby Hull was a legendary hockey player, born Robert Marvin Hull on January 3, 1939 in the city of Point Anne in Ontario, Canada.
Widely regarded as one of the best hockey players of all time, the left winger was known for his speedy skating skills and zinger of a slapshot During his 23 year professional career, he was known as “The Golden Jet”. He played 15 seasons with the Chicago Blackhawks and still ranks as their highest scorer of all time.
Bobby died at the age of 84 on Jan. 30, 2023, according to two people close to the MVP who spoke to Chicago’s Daily Herald. No further details were shared at the time.
Here, Blackhawks great Bobby Hull was introduced to a cheering crowd during the NHL hockey team’s 2019 convention. He looked thrilled to be with fans.
Bobby Hull’s legacy will no doubt continue. In memory of the late hockey great, check out photos from throughout his life.